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Snohomish County begins intersection improvement construction

Snohomish County is preparing to work on a project to improve the intersection of 35th Avenue SE and 180th Street SE.

Snohomish County is preparing to work on a project to improve the intersection of 35th Avenue SE and 180th Street SE. Construction begins at the intersection on Thursday, August 2nd, and will continue into summer of 2013.

Work will begin on the northwest side of 180th Street SE, and will move east.

Single lane closures will be in effect Mondays through Fridays.

The closure and culvert replacement originally planned on 51st Avenue SE, east of the 35th/180th intersection, have been rescheduled to next year.

August Primary Election will decide Superior Court Judgeship

Jack Follis and Millie Judge are competing for the Snohomish County Superior Court Position 11 judgeship.

Jack Follis and Millie Judge are competing for the Snohomish County Superior Court Position 11 judgeship being vacated by retiring Judge Larry McKeeman who held the position for over twenty years.

Position 11 is the only contested seat out of 15 Snohomish County Superior Court judgeships. Because there are only two candidates, the race will be decided in the August 7th primary election.

The term for a Snohomish County Superior Court Judge is four years and the position pays $148,832 a year.

Mill Creek seeking volunteers for Design Review Board

The City of Mill Creek is seeking two volunteers to fill vacancies on the Design Review Board, with terms expiring on August 31, 2015.

The City of Mill Creek is seeking two volunteers to fill vacancies on the Design Review Board, with terms expiring on August 31, 2015.

The Design Review Board reviews plans and makes urban design decisions that will promote visual quality throughout the City. The Design Review Board rules on all applications requiring building permits except detached single-family residences.

The Board Members shall be from the professions of architecture, landscape architecture, urban (design) planner or similar disciplines and need not be residents of the City.

2012 Mill Creek Kid’s Fun Run registration now open

The 2012 Mill Creek Kid’s Fun Run will be held Saturday, August 11th at Heatherwood Middle School.

The 2012 Mill Creek Kid’s Fun Run will be held Saturday, August 11th at Heatherwood Middle School.

Children ages 3 years through 5th grade are invited to participate in three age-appropriate run/walks starting at 10:00 AM.

A t-shirt will be provided to those who register before August 3rd.

$5 of the $15 registration fee will be donated to the American Red Cross Relief effort to help families in Snohomish County.

Schedule:

9.00 AM – Sign in
10.00 AM - 1 Lap Run (3 - 5 years)
10.30 AM - 1K Run
11.00 AM - 2K Run

The race within the race at the Run of the Mill 5K

The 2012 East/West Senior All-Star Race was the race within the race at the July 7th Run of the Mill 5K.

The 2012 East/West Senior All-Star Race was the race within the race at the July 7th Run of the Mill 5K. Organized by the Washington State Cross Country Coaches Association (WSCCCA), the East/West Senior All-Star Race is an invitational race comprised of graduating high school seniors who competed at the state level and meet the 5K-time standard of 17:45 to 22:00.

Mill Creek seeks Public Safety Sales Tax Committee members

Mill Creek seeking Public Safety Sales Tax Committee Members

The City of Mill Creek is seeking members for two committees; one of which will be responsible for writing the pro argument for a new 0.1% Public Safety Sales Tax, and the other will be responsible for writing the con argument against the tax. The proposed tax would be used exclusively for public safety services such as police services.

Jackson High students take top honors at national technical conference

Jackson High students take top honors at national technical conference

Sophomores Sri and Sai Nimmagadda (pictured back row, center with trophy) came home from Nashville, Tennessee last month with first place wins from the National Technology Student Association (TSA) Conference. Approximately 4,500 students from the United States, Germany, and Turkey attended the technical conference.

The winning duo traveled to the competition as members of the Jackson High TSA team with advisor Rick Wigre (pictured above, front left).

Mill Creek’s Run of the Mill 5K road race an overwhelming success

Mill Creek’s Run of the Mill 5K road race an overwhelming success

Mill Creek’s Run of the Mill 5k road race sponsored by Columbia Funding Mortgage was a success by every measure. There were over 1,400 runners at this year’s race through the Mill Creek Town Center, and over $25,000 was raised for charity. The blue skies and warm temperatures brought out a large crowd of spectators on Saturday, July 7th.

Jackson High School's Conner Martin finishes the 2012 Ironman Coeur d'Alene triathlon

Jackson High School's Conner Martin finishes the 2012 Ironman Coeur d'Alene triathlon

Rich Myhre of the Everett Herald reports that Conner Martin, a 2009 Jackson High School graduate, competed in and finished the 2012 Ironman Coeur d'Alene triathlon after recovering from his 2011 brain surgery.

The 2012 Ironman Couer d'Alene had over 2,500 competitors. Martin's time was 14 hours, 13 minutes, and 58 seconds which placed him 33rd in the male 18-24 division. There were 12 athletes in this division that didn't finish the race.

Mill Creek City Council adopts 2013-2019 Capital Facilities Plan

The Mill Creek City Council unanimously adopted the 2013-2019 Capital Facilities Plan after a June 26th public hearing.

The Mill Creek City Council unanimously adopted the 2013-2019 Capital Facilities Plan after a June 26th public hearing. All councilmembers were present for the hearing and subsequent vote except Councilmember Mark Bond, who couldn’t attend because of a family commitment.

The 2013-2019 Capital Facilities Plan incudes 31 projects valued at $43 million. This is an increase from the 2011-2017 Capital Facilities Plan, which contains 43 projects valued at $36 million.

The increase in total value is largely attributed to the projects associated with East Gateway Urban Village. The entire East Gateway Urban Village infrastructure cost is included in the 3013-2019 Capital Facilities Plan, even though developers will pay for most of it.

Capital facilities are the infrastructure needed to support growth, such as: roads, bridges, sewers, storm water facilities, public buildings, parks and recreation facilities. A capital facilities plan is an outline of the capital facilities projects, their time schedule, approximate budget, and funding sources.

The Farmers Market at Willis Tucker is at full strength

the Farmers Market at Willis Tucker is at full strength

Summer is finally here and the Farmers Market at Willis Tucker has a full complement of vendors. After a colder and wetter than normal June, Friday the 6th will be perfect for getting outside. The market is open from 3 PM to 7 PM.

The mission of Farmers Market at Willis Tucker is to create a gathering place where members of the local community can support and learn from local farmers, food vendors, and artisans. In order to provide customers with a full and varied market experience, the market managers are carefully selecting vendors based on quality, customer service, quantity, and uniqueness.

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